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Any way around this problem...?

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Is there anyway of getting around not being able to listen to music/radio while phone is charging. Im my last phone I could do this an it saves a lot of power, any double adaptors or anything??

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Plenty of options around. Most are similar to this (most are prettier!).

I just googled "htc diamond splitter" and that came top of the listings.

A lot of desktop cradles do a similar job too.

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Plenty of options around. Most are similar to this (most are prettier!).

I just googled "htc diamond splitter" and that came top of the listings.

A lot of desktop cradles do a similar job too.

This is the one I got. Not sure what the shipping would be as my daugther brought it back from a US visit to see my sister (her aunt). It does the job just fine!

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Stereo-Adapter-Split...A1%7C240%3A1318

tHIS SHOULD WORK GUYS YES??

the headphones with the diamond are the same connection mode as the charger, hence this?

although one is slightly different shape it will still work as i can use my spv charger to charge diamond

£4.66 with free P&P from Hong Kong...sounds a little inplausible? <_<

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£4.66 with free P&P from Hong Kong...sounds a little inplausible? <_<

air mail is cheap as chips and its payment by paypal so im protected anyway, so surely worth a try for that price?

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there are others around like this that also include a 3.5mm socket so you can use better headphones if you want.

Other option is to use a stereo bluetooth headset - then you don't need to be tied to the desk the same way.

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Looks right to me.

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